The academic and research activities of Hugenote Kollege are structured into two programmes: the Programme for Theology and Ministry and the Programme for Social Reformation. Both programmes offer a variety of courses:
- Certificate Courses
- Diploma Courses
- Short courses aimed at professional development and personal enrichment
The Hugenote Kollege acknowledges the value of Recognition of Prior Learning to increase the accessibility to its programmes within a framework of quality assurance. Increased accessibility refers specifically to individuals who were previously deprived of opportunities to have access to formal learning environments. The assessment of prior learning will acknowledge formal, non-formal and informal learning that took place, as proofed by sufficient evidence provided by applicants.
Hugenote Kollege also offers various options to Articulate from one qualification to another. Credit Accumulation and Transfer (CAT) ensures that students are able to receive formal recognition and certification of learning achievements. It allows for articulation across the sub-frameworks of the NQF in order to facilitate lifelong learning and provide for the mobility of students and enhance their chances of successfully completing their qualifications.
Hugenote Kollege follows a specific Training model which integrates faith, knowledge and skills.
Hugenote Kollege reserves the right at its sole discretion, to cancel or amend any course or module initially advertised and offered, on the basis of insufficient demand or where available facilities and infrastructure have reached maximum capacity. In the case where a course or module have reached its maximum capacity, prospective students will be allowed to register for an alternative course depending on the availability of that course.